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# Based on the tables below, write a report on the 2010 and 2011 State Spelling Challenge Prizes and

the
number of participants in the 2011 Competition. You are to link the information given. Your report must be
150 – 200 words.

## Prize State Spelling Challenge

2010 2011
Primary school Secondary school Primary school Secondary school
1st prize RM2000 RM3000 RM3000 RM5000
2nd prize RM1500 RM2500 RM2000 RM4000
3rd prize RM1000 RM2000 RM1000 RM3000
Overall Best
RM500 RM500 RM500 RM800
Individual
Overall Best
RM1300 RM18000 RM2600 RM3600
Group

## Participating States No. of participants in Secondary Schools

2010 2011
Melaka 20 36
Pulau Pinang 17 30
Pahang 11 22
Selangor 22 40
Federal Territory 29 54

Title  State Spelling Challenge Prizes and the Number of Participants (2010-2011)

Introduction  Table 1 shows the State Spelling Challenge Prizes (2010-2011) and Table 2
shows the number of participants in secondary schools (2010-2011).

Overview/Overall trend  The increase in the prize money for secondary schools in the State Spelling
Challenge from 2010 to 2011 might have influenced the increase in the
number of participants in 2011.

 In 2010, primary and secondary schools’ first prize money was the highest at
RM2000 and RM3000 respectively and a similar trend was recorded for both
schools in 2011.

 However, the lowest prize money went to the overall best individual for both
schools at RM5000 each in 2010.

 The third prize for primary school remained unchanged at RM1000 but there
was a rise of RM1000 from RM2000 to RM3000 for secondary school over
the two years.

 Both primary and secondary overall best group prize money doubled from
RM1300 to RM2600 and from RM1800 to RM3600 respectively between
2010 and 2011.

 Secondary school’s second prize money had a higher increase from RM2500
(2010) to RM4000 (2011) than primary school’s which increased from
RM1500 to RM2000 respectively in the two years.

 Federal Territory recorded the most participants in 2010 and 2011 with 29
and 54 respectively

 Meantime, Pahang charted the least with 11 and 22 participants each in 2010
and 2011.

##  The almost doubled growth in the number of secondary school participants

in all states in 2011 was probably due to the increase in prize money from
2010 and 2011.

Conclusion  In conclusion, the increase in prize money from 2010 to 2011 has an effect
on the number of participants in secondary school in 2011.